David Ford MLA The UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) is already having "positive effects" in Northern Ireland, according to Justice Minister David Ford.
Pictured (l-r): James Somerville, Tax Partner at A&L Goodbody; Sophie Ashley, Managing Editor at TPWeek; and Lyndsey Falconer, Associate at A&L Goodbody Leading law firm A&L Goodbody has won a prestigious accolade at an awards ceremony in New York hosted by International Tax Review.
Steven Agnew MLA The Children's Services Co-operation Bill is to be considered further after being significantly amended in the Northern Ireland Assembly yesterday.
A teaching assistant at a school in Manchester who seduced a school pupil and had sex with him 50 times has avoided jail and instead been given a two year suspended sentence and 250 hours' community service. The schoolboy, who cannot be named, had unprotected sex with teaching assistant Caroline Ber
Kenny MacAskill Scotland's former justice secretary Kenny MacAskill has been branded a hypocrite after suggesting a statue of early 20th Century republican and socialist leader James Connolly could be erected in Edinburgh.
Environment Minister Alan Kelly Smoky coal will be banned across the State in time for the "heating season" in 2018, according to Environment Minister Alan Kelly.
There was an increase in burglary, assault and fraud offences in Ireland in the twelve months to June 2015, according to new figures from the Central Statistics Office. However, there were also significant decreases, with the number of homicide offences falling by a dramatic 35.5 per cent over the s
International students at five colleges in Dublin have been told they will not need to visit the Immigration Public Office in Burgh Quay, where authorities are trying to deal with large queues. The Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS) of the Department of Justice and Equality is worki
Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald TD The Criminal Justice (Burglary of Dwellings) Bill 2015, which proposes tougher sentences and bail conditions for convicted burglars, will be debated by Dáil Éireann tomorrow.
Nearly 700 court cases have been taken against parents in Northern Ireland over the past five years due to their children failing to appear at school. The figures were published by the Education Authority in response to a question from Alex Easton MLA in the Northern Ireland Assembly.
Marriage registrars are refusing to comply with regulations introduced in the Civil Registration (Amendment) Act 2014 due to a trade union dispute. Registrar workers have refused to undertake additional responsibilities conferred in the legislation, which entered into effect on 19 August, because th
Jonathan Smithers Magistrates are allowing petty criminals to go unpunished in order to protect them from new court fees by issuing absolute discharges according to The Independent.
Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald TD Creating an independent policing authority is a "key element" of the government's justice reform programme, Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald has said.
Conradh na Gaeilge Conradh na Gaeilge has criticised the introduction of emergency legislation that allows breathalyser test statements to be issued in English only.
ICMSA president John Comer The Department of Justice is expected to shortly initiate a new review of pre-nuptial agreements and their legal status in Ireland.